THE NEW FORTY And so it is...
The Penn State sanctions levied by the NCAA were announced today. They didn't get the dreaded "death penalty", but the NCAA did lay it on thick. Penn State will pay 60 million in fines (that will bene... Posted on 7/23/12 at 1:32 PM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS Vote now for UND's Chris Mussman for FCS 'Coach of the Year'
Come on, UND sports fans! Vote now for Chris Mussman for Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year in the Football Champion Series (FCS) category. Coach Mussman made it through the initial fan-voting and asses... Posted on 12/6/11 at 11:08 AM
BISON MEDIA BLOG 'Dr. Spank' credits his offensive line coach
Mike Favor learned this morning that he'll be the third former NDSU football player to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. His first call was to his mother. His second was to his forme... Posted on 5/24/11 at 1:45 PM
REGGIE TALES Random Thursday
*I had this crazy dream that the Minnesota Twins had this fantastic regular season, played in a beautiful, new stadium, and coasted to the playoffs only to be bounced out in three quick games.
*If yo... Posted on 10/14/10 at 9:33 AM
The list of applicants to become UND’s next head football coach grew again Tuesday, a week before the application deadline. UND has received 41 applications to take over the position held by Chris Mussman for the past six seasons.
The season at one point was heading south when Furman was 2-4 with injuries mounting. Once October rolled around, the Paladins started heading north. And they haven’t stopped. It’s to the point this week that they are traveling way north — the team from Greenville, S.C., will play at North Dakota State on Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs.
The North Dakota State football coaches took a poll of sorts last week on their best guess to which NDSU’s opponent on Saturday would be: Furman College (S.C.) or South Carolina State. The result was unanimous with Furman. The coaches were right.
The second season for the North Dakota State football team started on Sunday with a not-so-surprising announcement from the NCAA. The Bison were tabbed as the No. 1 overall seed in the Division I FCS playoffs.
No quarterback in Division I FCS history has ever won like Brock Jensen. The North Dakota State senior passed for 230 yards and two touchdowns Saturday at Gate City Bank Field. His performance helped spark the No. 1-ranked Bison to a 42-0 victory against the University of South Dakota in Missouri Valley Football Conference play at the Fargodome.
For UND senior safety Will Lewis, a Californian playing football nearly 2,000 miles from where he grew up, there is nothing better than going home. The same holds true for the six other players from California who will play in UND’s season finale Saturday against UC Davis at Aggie Stadium.
As the UND’s football season comes to an end Saturday at UC Davis, so will the career of UND All-America receiver Greg Hardin — who will leave North Dakota as one of the most decorated players in program history.
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